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Photos: Fetish Factory Halloween Fashion Show at Green Room

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Friday, Mickie Centrone attended the Fetish Factory Halloween Fashion Show at the Green Room. 


Ever worn a costume out of a bag? Of course you have. This year maybe buy some clothing that won't fall apart by 3 a.m.? 

Ever been inside Fetish Factory off Oakland Park Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale? You don't need special permission to enter. You don't need to list your fetish at the door. Seriously, it's just a clothing store. But it just happens to be one of the best fetish retail stores in the country, carrying top designer wear.


This past Friday, Fetish Factory put on a Halloween fashion show inside the Green Room. A little after 1 a.m., several models strutted down the stage -- all looking stellar and polished, even though blood poured down two of their faces. 

A fetish staple since the beginning: the corset.

  

 Cherries!

The Insane Guy you'll want to get with:

Butcher.


Cannibal?

Dude knows how to dress like a lady:

Love these stockings:

This'll make anyone have a medical fetish. 

 
 
The sexiest vampire at the ball: She wore stunning light blue contacts. Her eyes were like glaciers that glowed in the night. 

You can join the thousands -- millions? -- of people who become sardines on the streets of downtown Fort Lauderdale, or you can easily wear your costume to the Fetish Factory's Halloween Fetish Ball at Exit 66 on October 29. Fetish Factory says it themselves: Halloween is the loophole. Don't have a leather jumpsuit? Doesn't matter. Anyone in costume gets in. This event gets slammed too -- expect 2,000 fun people to attend. 

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